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Post by keroncong on Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:54 pm

If a thief steals a thousand dollars from you, and they put him in
prison, what do you get? If the thief has a wife and children, what
is their crime? Why should they be deprived of their father?

The Quran solves this problem, as well as the problems associated
with the criminal justice systems prevalent in today's world.

Equivalence is the Law [2:178-179]

According to the Quranic criminal justice, the thief who is convicted
of stealing a thousand dollars from you must work for you until you
are fully paid for the thousand dollars you lost, plus any other
damage and inconvenience the theft may have caused you. At the same
time, the thief's innocent wife and children are not deprived of
their man, and the expensive prison system is eliminated. Imprisonment
is a cruel and inhumane punishment that has proven useless to all

Contrary to common belief, the thief's hand shall not be cut off.
Thank God for His mercy and His mathematical miracle in the Quran,
we know now that the thief's hand is to be marked. Marking the hand
of the thief is stated in 5:38. The sura and verse numbers add up to
5+38 = 43. The other place in the Quran where "the hand is cut" is
found in 12:31. This is where we see the women who admired Joseph so
much, they "cut" their hands. Obviously, they did not sever their
hands; no one can do that. The sura and verse numbers add up to
12+31=43, the same total as in 5:38. This gives mathematical
confirmation that the Quranic law calls for marking the hand of the
thief, not severing it. Additional mathematical confirmation is
provided: 19 verses after 12:31, we see the "cutting of the hand"
again. Punishment in Islam (Submission) is based on equivalence and
social pressure (2:178, 5:38, 24:2).

The blasphemy called "Hadith & Sunna" has instituted stoning to death
as the punishment for married adulterers. This is not God's law. As
stated in 24:2, the punishment for adultery is whipping in public; a
hundred symbolic lashes. As pointed out above, the basic punishment is
social pressure and scandalizing the criminal. Whipping in public
achieves this goal.

In dealing with murder, the Quran definitely discourages capital
punishment (2:179). "The free for the free, the slave for the slave,
and the female for the female" (2:178). Due to human meanness and
injustice, many people cannot even imagine what this Quranic law says.
They refuse to accept the clear injunctions that strict equivalence
must be observed - if a woman kills a man, or a man kills a woman, or
a slave kills a free person, or a free person kills a slave, capital
punishment cannot be applied. The Quran prefers that the murderer
compensate the victim's family. Killing the murderer does not bring
the victim back, nor does the family of the victim benefit from
executing the murderer. The compensation, however, must be sufficient
to be a deterrent for others. In Islam (Submission), the victim and/or
the victim's family are the judges for all crimes; they decide what
the punishment shall be under the supervision of a person who knows
the Quran.

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